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Provocative stories and authentic voices from around Boston

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Provocative stories and authentic voices from around Boston

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English

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Episodes

How Faith Communities Are Finding Connection During This Pandemic

3/30/2020
Plus, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley on forthcoming federal aid.

Duration:00:47:48

Week In Review: Assessing The State's Coronavirus Response So Far

3/27/2020
We speak with our Week In Review panelists and take listener calls on whether the extreme measures put in place by Gov. Charlie Baker will be sufficient.

Duration:00:37:35

What Does Sports Fandom Look Like In The Era Of Social Distancing?

3/27/2020
Radio Boston's Chris Citorik discusses what sports fans are doing as coronavirus upsets the industry.

Duration:00:10:51

Massachusetts Grounds To A Near Halt To Limit Spread Of Coronavirus

3/27/2020
Now that TD Garden has melted the ice that the Bruin's skate on, Radio Boston's Chris Citorik discusses what sports fandom looks like in the times of coronavirus.

Duration:00:48:26

Talking To Congressman Seth Moulton From His Self-Quarantine

3/26/2020
Rep. Seth Moulton is self-quarantining after experiencing what he says are symptoms consistent with coronavirus.

Duration:00:10:24

Coronavirus' Strain On Resources In Jails Raises Questions About Inmate Health Care

3/26/2020
Plus, how the coronavirus crisis is impacting Boston's homeless population.

Duration:00:47:47

'Dying On The Sheriff's Watch' Tells Stories Of Inmates Suffering From Poor Medical Care In Mass. County Jails

3/26/2020
We speak with WBUR's investigations team on their series, "Dying On The Sheriff's Watch," which tells the stories of people who suffered from dire medical conditions in Massachusetts county jails and were ignored or mistrusted.

Duration:00:11:29

Boston Homeless Shelters Hope Re-Opening Of Newton Pavilion Will Improve Care For Coronavirus

3/26/2020
What does a coronavirus pandemic mean for one of Boston's most vulnerable populations?

Duration:00:12:12

Q&A With Health Experts On The Coronavirus

3/26/2020
Our panel of health experts take your questions on the coronavirus.

Duration:00:14:57

Baker Seeks Federal Major Disaster Declaration In Massachusetts

3/26/2020
We take live coverage of Gov. Charlie Baker's Thursday press conference on the state's coronavirus response.

Duration:00:43:25

Area Health Experts Answer More Of Your Coronavirus Questions

3/25/2020
We continue taking your questions and calls on the coronavirus.

Duration:00:11:56

Reported Mass. Coronavirus Cases Are Now Over 1,000

3/25/2020
We speak with Rep. Lori Trahan on an economic aid package still working its way through Congress. Plus, we hear from Gov. Charlie Baker.

Duration:00:56:24

Rep. Lori Trahan On The $2 Trillion Congressional Aid Bill

3/25/2020
As most of us were sleeping Tuesday night, Congress reached a deal with the White House on a proposed $2 trillion economic aid package

Duration:00:15:12

Gov. Baker Says All Mass. Schools To Remain Closed Through May 4

3/25/2020
We take live coverage of Gov. Charlie Baker's Wednesday press conference on the state's coronavirus response.

Duration:00:29:13

How Coronavirus Has Changed Senior Care In Mass.

3/24/2020
We speak with two heads of senior care facilities in the state about what precautions they are taking to protect residents.

Duration:00:19:15

Sen. Ed Markey On Stimulus Negotiations

3/24/2020
Sen. Ed Markey discusses negotiations on the latest coronavirus stimulus bill.

Duration:00:13:16

Mass. Senior Care Facilities Make Big Changes To Protect Elderly From Coronavirus

3/24/2020
Hebrew Senior Life asked residents to stay in their rooms. We also hear from Sen. Ed Markey on a third coronavirus response bill in the Senate.

Duration:00:48:09

Local Health Experts Take Your Coronavirus Questions

3/24/2020
We continue taking your questions about the coronavirus with local health experts.

Duration:00:15:34

Mass. To Close All Non-Essential Businesses Starting Tuesday

3/23/2020
We'll talk about what that means for Boston with Mayor Marty Walsh. Plus, Rep. Katherine Clark on potential aid from Congress.

Duration:00:47:31

Two Boston Doctors Take Your Coronavirus Questions

3/23/2020
Nearly every day we've been bringing on local doctors and public health experts to answer your questions about the novel coronavirus.

Duration:00:15:36